Then we enjoyed an amazing immersive theatre adventure inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. We experienced Wonderland (wondering around under Waterloo) as a fully formed world where we had to find a missing Alice through a gigantic zoetrope (the rabbit hole) to meet the White Rabbit, who offered shrinking potions, and sweets to make us change size; then into a psychedelic maze and finally, into the Mad Hatter's tea party. The actors were fab - Tweedledum and Tweedledee recited The carpenter and the Walrus whilst blowing raspberries and spraying the audience with a plant spray; Humpty Dumpty invited us to tell him nonsense words, so he could give the meaning; the Queen of Hearts was pantomime Dame; and the white rabbit appeared at various points as we wondered round. I could not have imagined a more fantastic adaptation of the story - i just want to go back and see the adult version. (pictures from inside the play stolen/borrowed from goggle)
Next we went to the Serpentine Pavilion (a temporary structure made of Iridescent plastic fabric and coloured webbing - could we be back in Wonderland?) where we had a quick look before buying yummy ice-creams.
Lastly we spent a happy (and hot) 2 hours playing the Diana Memorial playground. The highlight for the girls was the pirate ship and sand, where as I loved the musical instruments.